We'd like to apologize in advance if you were just getting ready to enjoy a nice tasty meal, because this will probably make you lose your appetite!
Nicole Montgomery was warming up a can of Campbell's chicken noodle soup for her sick daughter when she noticed something strange in the bowl!
So the Colorado mom took a closer look and noticed whatever it was had a
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A report from the Hudson Institute, a non-partisan policy research organization, shows that healthier food is resulting in healthier profits for the 15 largest food and beverage companies.
The institutes Obesity Solutions Initiative found companies with the most "better for you" products grew faster, had higher profits and superior shareholder returns over the last 5 years.
After analyzing companies
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Nick Canon is working to fight hunger in the US by joining forces with the Campbell Soup Company.
On May 14, the Feeding America “Stamp Out Hunger” national food drive will take place in cities across the US.
“My family turned to food pantries for assistance from time to time when I was growing up, so I know first-hand how important this food drive is. With more than 50 million Americans living at risk of hunger, please join me and millions of other generous Americans on Saturday, May 14 by placing a non-perishable food donation next to your mailbox to help the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger.”
The “Stamp Out Hunger” campaign has been running for 19 years, and has set a record for food collected over 18 billion pounds of food over that time span.
Amazing! Join the cause!
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Apparently, Campbell’s forgot to take the salt out of their low-sodium soup.
Four New Jersey women are suing the company for allegedly misleading customers into paying more for the low-sodium varieties of soup, even though the soup has almost as much sodium as regular Campbell’s (according to the women).
Said the lawyer of the plaintiffs:
"Consumers should not have to read the back of the soup can to be sure the information on the front is truthful."
Campbell’s has released a statement saying that they are not false advertising:
"Campbell has complete confidence in the accuracy of our labels and our marketing communications and that they meet regulatory and other legal requirements."
All this over a little salt…
[Image via AP Images.]
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